The inspector general of police, Dr George Akuffo Dampare have chosen and tasked Chief Inspector Boateng Amankwah of the Bono Regional CID Department to investigate and bring to book the people behind the killing of children at Sunyani Abisim.
He made this known to Chief Inspector Boateng Amankwah during his visit at the crime scene in Sunyani Abesim yesterday.
Residents of Abisim were thrown into state of shock when one of the most quite and gentle young guys in the area, Rchard Appiah was named and arrested by police for allegedly killing three children and keeping storage of their bodies in refrigerator at Abisim, a surburb of Sunyani area.
Introducing the CID officer assigned by the IGP to the family, the bono regional police commander, COP Godfred Owusu-Boateng on behalf of the IGP tasked the family to render all support to the CID officer to ensure that the people behind this crime will not go scot free..
On behalf of the family the father of the late Kofi Sarpong, they have no other help than to look up to the IGP and Regional security council because they don't even have the money to hire a lawyer to seek justice from court for them.
He requested on behalf of the family to go ahead and host a one week celebration for the late JHS 2 student, kofi sarpong (15 Years) coming Sunday. But in a swift response, the regional commander tasked them to lase up with the officer assigned to the family because for now he is in charge with anything related to the murder case as far as Ghana police service is concern.
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